Following the success of the inaugural set of four Wynn High Roller tournaments that crowned champions in Martin Zamani, Sean Winter, Ray Qartomy, and Jared Jaffee, Wynn Las Vegas announced another set of High Roller tournaments last week. The next installment of Wynn High Rollers would take place from December 10-12,
Aaron Van Blarcum raised to 800,000 from early position, Sam Soverel three-bet all in for 14,125,000 from the hijack and Van Blarcum called. Van Blarcum: [AdKc] Soverel: [AcQh] The board ran out [6s4d9sTh8d], no help to Soverel, locking up the pot and the chip lead for Van Blarcum. Hand information relayed to Poker Central
From the small blind, Sam Soverel limped in and partypoker pro Dzmitry Urbanovich checked in the big blind. The flop [8hKc5h] flop checked through to reveal the [Th] on the turn. Soverel bet 800,000 and Urbanovich used a time extension and then called. The river fell the [As] and Soverel checked. Urbanovich
Following the river of a board that read [8d6d2dQc9s], Adam Hendrix was all in for about 650,000 from the big blind with [Kd4d] for a king-high flush. However, Sam Soverel tabled [Ad9d] from the button for the nut flush to score the elimination.
Steve O'Dwyer opened to 22,000 from the cutoff and Sam Soverel called on the button, as did Bryn Kenney from the big blind. The flop landed [KcAs3h] and after Kenney checked, O'Dwyer bet 20,000. Soverel called and Kenney folded as the turn landed the [8s]. O'Dwyer bet 40,000, and Soverel mucked.